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We will sell to the highest biddi
bert Place, near school and churct
facing public road. This land is st
tenant houses on entire tract, wni<
Abbeville, Laurens, or any section
good, or better, with health just a
tion. Come to this sale, and if y<
LISTEN--You have never had, nc
price, and on such easy terms. Tem
NEW AND ATTRACTIVE I
$350 Piano, G
Come to this Sale, rain
music; Big Barbecue Dim
m. Come toto Plumb Bi
ANNA R. Ci
We desire to notify the public that we've
added furniture to our stock, having just re
ceived a solid car of tables, bureaus, bed
steads, washstands, safes, rockers and
Come to see our assortment of furniture,
shipped direct from factory to us.
Jones & Son
In Market for Cotton
The Graniteville Mfg. Company
is in the market for good new cot
ton, provided it is free of damp
ness and gin cuts. 1-8 of a cent
under Augusta prices will be paid
for same delivered at Graniteville
i Bath Room Quint
We can install a complete bath room outfit at a
sn all cost. Let us quote you prices.
We carry a full line of pumps, rams, tanks, emerald
h tubs, wash basins, sinks of all kinds, water closet ?<
fixtures, terra cotta pipe, piping and fixtures. Plumb- ||
ins of ail kinds done.
584 Broad Street, Augusta, Georgia
ounty, November 2, 1
>r 1000 acres of fine land, just tw o mile!
i. This land has been sub-divided into t
r?ng, productive, and comparatively le\
ih will give each small tract a house. V
where land is so high when you can co:
s good for about a fourth of the amour
m don't say that the land is worth mor
r will you ever haue again the opportunity
is of sale, one-fourth cash, balance four am
MATURES NEVER BEFORE SI
ive a wey ?bsoButely f
or shine, Come Come, Come
ier. Don't forget the date, I
.anon, we will have convey;
MRS. WOODROW WILSON
Wlfo of the Democratic Presidential Nominee. Honorary President of the
Woman's National Democratic League.
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of tho nev.- leader of Democracy and prob
able next mist-ess of the White House, is perhaps the most interesting -wom
an in the United States loday. " This is Inevitable-not because ehe wiBhes
it, for che dc?s not--and is as firm as a rock ia her conviction that being the
wife of a public man does not necessitate nor call for a woman's becoming
a publicity seeker. She successfully resisted all appeals of phfV-ograph^ra
and interviewers until Mr. Wilson's, nomination as Democratic candidate
for the presidency was un fait accompli. This modssty ls easily traced to
hon. southern ancestry and training and ls characteristic also ol' her distin
guished hu s band.
She war. born Ellen Louise Asson, daughter of a Presbyterian, divine of
Savannah. Ga., whcvo family, so far as he knows, is the only one of the
name in America.
Like. Mr. Wilson, abo has one brother nod ono Bister living, all in the
same literary circle ps the doctor and herself.
rn this atmosphoro of leurnlng Mrs. Wilson could hardly bo expected to
be other than she is-widely read, broad-minded and charitable, devoted to
her hcr^e- and tho principles for which it standB.
She has marked ability as an artist, and it ia sfeid that a portrait painter
of ability was apcilod when nhc married the young barrister who had than
given up the practice of his profession to specialize on tho subject that haa
nmd^whi.ni_a.Jire?l(3ontlal nonuaee._-.- -
912, ll A. M.
3 from Plumb Branch, S. C. (Old Tal
;racto of 50 to 100 acres, each tract
rel. There are 2 dwellings and 15
Thy live in Greenwood, Anderson,
me to this sale and buy lands just as
it you. are paying for it in your sec
e than it brings we will pay your
r to buy such farm land at such low
2EN AT AN AUCTION SALE
) Brass Band to furnish
sTovember 2, 1912 ll a.
anees to take you to sale.
24 nyes* Buildings
U GUSTA, GA.
If you do not get value received for your money. If
you get inferior goods for which you pay as much as
we charge you for the good kind, you can blame only
yourself. Our 20 years experience in the grocery
business and our ''square deal" policy is worth some
thing to the prospective buyer and all we ask is a trial.
"We can deliver the goods." Groceries and feed for
man and beast.
AWKINGT?R? & CO.
Office and salesroom 863 Broad Warehouse Ga. Railroad
P. S. Mr. M. Gary Satcher 19 with us and will be glad to see his friends
THE FARMERS BANK of Edgefield, S. C.
STATE, COUNTY AND TOWN DEPOSITORY
Capital and Surplus Earnings $110,000.00
Total Resources over 350,000.00
"When you sell cotton the first thin*? you need is a safe de
pository for your money-be the amount large or small. That
sase depository is the Farmers Bank, and don't scop until y?u
The average man or woman is not in position to invest a lit
tle surplus money so as to get this money just when it might
be needed. You can invest in our interest bearing certificates
for ti or 12 months and be sure to get your money just when
you need it, and too, your money is safe. We act as adminis
trators, guardians and trustees. All business handled with
promptness and liberality. Loans made on approve! security.
DIRliCTOES-Thos. H. Gainsford, Dr. C. P. DeVore, W. B. Penn, E. H. Folk, S.
B. Mays, C. A. Wells, J. Wm. Thurmond, V/. H. Harling, A. E. Padgett.
SLUSKY'S OLD STYLE
"THE TIN CF QUALITY"
The old Tims Quality,
Made ct the Ecst Material. It
Stands th3 Test of Time.
1009 BROAD STRF.ST DAVID SLUSKY, AUGUSTA. GA.
TINPLATE. GALVANIZED ROOFING. RUBIJER ROOFING. TIN AND GALVANIZED SHINGLES j
MANTELS. TILES. GRATES. ETC. 0